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officers. heather: parents are correct to express their valid concerns especially in the current political process. abby: parents. >> have a good wednesday. "fox & friends" starts right now. heather: bye. ♪ ♪ dream on ♪ dream on ♪ dream on ♪ dreams come true ♪ ainsley: that's the city right there where all your dreams can come true. brian: thanks for coming, guys. ainsley: have they ever been here? steve: aerosmith? yes in the olden days steven tyler was here a couple times. brian: american idol judge. ainsley: that's right. steve: i would say being. steve: a lot of news to talk about today. start with the fact that
yesterday it was unveiled the much tougher immigration policy, the united states is going to start enforcing, keep in mind, donald trump didn't write these laws. these laws have been on the books. now it's just going to be easier to keep people who are not entitled to be in this country out of this country. brian: but you know he is doubling the number of border patrol agents. he is getting more ice agents out there. is he going to be deposit advertising local law enforcement to enable them and empower them to take illegals who have committed crimes and get them out of here. more importantly, he is going to do away with catch and release. he is doing exactly what he says he is doing. ainsley: everyone is really upset. if you look at the sanctuary cities. mayors in the sanctuary cities are really upset about this. 11.3 million illegal immigrants in this country. 690,000 felons. so it's not a huge percentage of the people that will be kicked out if they're caught. steve: absolutely. so while he is just doing what
he said he would do you know, of the political left not surprising, they're having a meltdown. cover the new york daily news today. ice men cometh. trump orders mass deportation and federal agents push roundup in new york. i don't think either one of those is accurate. goes with this running of the bull picture right there. shows what people are doing. here in new york city there is a local councilman who says if anybody gets arrested going forward, they actually could be subject to deportation. so they have got a great plan. don't arrest anybody. if it comes to the broken windows policy. mayor de blasio. don't arrest them so they don't get fingerprinted. don't go into the federal data base. don't get deported. ainsley: in the editorial in that magazine, they say that new york and sanctuary cities have a moral and practical obligation. brian: meanwhile they went to the people of harvard, they
combined with harris because harvard has so much to do there with their sports teams as well as their academic responsibilities. they said what do you think about cities arresting illegals? should they turn them over. 80% say yeah they should. 80% of 8 out of 10 harvard. support rounding up people here illegally. on top of that 77%. support comprehensive immigration reform as a whole. as a concept. which we seem to be enroute to. steve: a majority support the president's temporary travel ban which could be unveiled later today, new executive order. if you were watching mainstream media last night, it only had the critics of the president. and then at all these town halls all across the country astroturf there is profit movement going on where people are unhappy donald trump is the president of the united states. fellow in california in a town of maricopa there he is right
there congressman mcclintock. his whole town contains the population is 2,000. they had 1,000 people there. do you think it was astro turf? just a little bit. ainsley: watch what happened to him while he was speaking. >> science thrives on debate. when somebody tells you. .tells you movingfrom the origif the agency to basic our basic air and water to the realm of ideological extremism where it is doing enormous damage to our economy. ainsley: boo saying no, no. steve: they are worried they might lose their healthcare. they are worried about climate change. they are angry donald trump is president of the united states. brian: keep in mind if hillary clinton was president they would be doing a massive overhaul of obamacare. donald trump is looking at
this and watching humana and etna jump out of obamacare. these people showing up probably don't even have obamacare. next up though will be climate change and what we're going to do about the paris agreement and our role there. these things will only increase. i think for the most part you saw a lot of republicans expect this type of uprising and keep their composure. jim jordan kept his composure. mitch mcconnell kept his composure. congressman mcclintock kept his composure. last night tuckerrer carlson kept his composure. wearing his health. he has people on that are totally irrational and tries to rationalize with them. ainsley: his show is so funny. you can expect an argument when you watch. he had a lady on last night who is a protester with a group called refuse fascism. watch their exchange last night. >> actually it would have taken millions and millions to rise up to stop hitler it absolutely would have.
and that's what people should have done and it's shameful. it is shameful for you. >> i know it's shameful. >> oh, oh, oh it's funny to you. i know you love to carry water for this criminal. this war criminal wanna be in chief. brian: really great talking and debating with somebody who is so irrational. is there anything that donald trump can do that would please this woman? i mean she is a fascist. he is worse than hitler she goes on to say and obviously open to opposing points of view. >> tucker: er was asking her a tricky question. what do you want? so what do they do? they just argued and argued. brian: i could join her organization refuse fascism. i'm for refusing fascism. steve: do you see her as a leader? brian: i do like the title because i am against fascism. ainsley: he says he is not anti-semitic and not racist. he went to the african-american museum yesterday.
he says he is going to talk to some of shias these jewish community centers where there have been hundreds of threats since november. there have been 10 in the last few days. he wants to do many things about this. people say whatever is he doing is not enough. they continue with this hateful rhetoric. brian: his daughter are jewish. grandchildren are jewish. donald trump is just somebody who says why would i even give the time of day to someone who says i'm anti-semitic. the problem is in the game of politics you have got to go ahead of formality i'm anti-semitic and condemn all these incidents. steve: so you have got democrats whose hair have been on fire since november and when donald trump won. so they lost at the election box on november the 8th. and then going forward. they have watched piece by piece as donald trump has actually done what he said he would do during his campaign. and that has angered them
because he is undoing a lot of what barack obama did by executive fiat. so what they are left with now is simple name-call. here is an actual member of congress talking like somebody who is actually not a member of congress. >> i just think the american people had better understand what's going on. this is a bunch of scum bags. that's what they're. >> those have r. very strong words, congressman. >> around making money. ainsley: calling donald trump scum bags? brian: his whowl cabinet. ainsley: republicans. they, wasn't specific. everyone who supports him. brian: watching the clip this morning referring to the cabinet that donald trump put together. that is totally appropriate. each caught the msnbc anchor by surprise and totally inappropriate. if that was my representative i would be so embarrassed today. ainsley: they used to be
deplorables and now they are scum bags. steve: she has said things like that in the past and she returns every year. her district loves her. shows the disconnect the democratic party coastal party. california, new york, massachusetts. super lefty and then in the middle it's more in the middle and then down south it seems to be more to the conservative side. it's just the state of politics. but none the less donald trump had a really good so far has had a really good week while the mainstream. brian: had a very good week. steve: attacked left and right. his suggestion mantra on the national security council widely respected. great guy. going forward now that he has got this on paper and looks like the temporary travel ban is going to come up either today or tomorrow, a lot of people who voted for him say yep, that's why i voted for him. i feel good about that. brian: two meetings today about the budget. of course we will find what donald trump spending and what we should be cutting. two meetings today one closed door and wynn one won't be.
see when he releases that. that's supposed to be the next two weeks. yesterday was your monday. janice: i wamonday.january. abby: i was in jacksonville yesterday at the diner on the beach. steve: friday catfish. steve: good to have you. abby: undercover sting stops a chilling terror plot could have been 10 times worse than boston bowing. army veteran is accused of planning a presidents' day isis attack targetin targeting n stations. built bombs and gave it to all feds posing as terrorists. hector. would be terrorists was discharged from the army for violating regulations. and just hours from now, secretary of state rex tillerson and homeland security secretary john kelly are headed to mexico. they are meeting with mexican president enrique on the
border wall. trade deals all taking stage. president canceling a meeting with president trump last month over demands to pay for the border wall. and an illegal immigrant gang member recaptured by the feds after he was set free after sanctuary laws. liker's island ignoring holding he is at the very for serving disorderly conduct and long criminal record in the u.s. feds forced to intervene arresting him the same day he was released. 19-year-old from el salvador set to be deported after a judge initially ordered back in 2015. vandals strike four of the most popular monuments in washington, d.c. disturbing gravity plastered on the lincoln memorial washington monument. world war ii and d.c. memorial. message all reference the kennedy assassination and 9/11 attacks. police believe one person is
behind. the handwriting all looks really similar. apparently this is illegal. steve: international monument plus the statue of liberty vandals hung a refugees welcome banner. ainsley: what is wrong with people. steve: it took four hours to take down because they were worried would hurt the statue of liberty. steve: john mccain catching heat or on this comment for trump's war with the press. >> first thing the dictators do is shut down the press. we need to learn the lessons of history. steve: trump, dictators, same paragraph? steve: lee carter put the week's most controversial sound bites to the dial test and your grades are in. brian: brand new video of harrison ford's disaster on runway at lax ♪ so put me on a highway ♪ and show me a sign ♪ and take it
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>> good to be here. ainsley: let's talk about the rally. the president said the media is not on your side. listen to this. >> i also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news. the dishonest media which has published one false story after another with no sources, even though they pretend they have them. they make them up in many cases. they have become a big part of the problem. they are a part of the corrupt system. when the media lies to people, i will never ever let them get away with it. i will do whatever i can that they don't get away with it. ainsley: okay. lee, what did the folks you poll say. >> republicans a minus. independents a b, democrats an f.
huge divide. polarizing. the comments are crazy right now how polarizing they are. independents and republicans holding the press accountable. democrats say he wants to abolish the free pss. republicans are glad that he is finally taking this on and we are seeing the democrats are scared. ainsley: that's what the president said about the media senator john mccain also a republican had this to say about the media. >> if you want to preserve democracy as we know it, you have to have a free and many times adversarial press. and without it, i'm afraid that we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time. that's how dictators get started. the first thing that dictators do is shut down the press. i'm not saying that that's -- that president trump is trying to be a dictator. i'm just saying we need to learn the lessons of history. >> you can see there that democrats really surprising gave a. independents and republicans
gave this a c. here is what is important that everybody knows. independents and republicans are saying we do need a free press. we agree with that where they lost it with john mccain there is when he started talking about being a dictator because even though he said he doesn't think that donald trump is a dictator, just the reference do it made people say stop being so divisive. ainsley: gene huber that funny guy used car salesman in florida. when president trump was speaking in melbourne he invited him on stage. a man, just an ordinary voter. this is what happened. watch. >> i saw this man on television just now. you. i just saw him on television. he said i love trump. let trump do what he has to do. that's my guy right there. [cheers and applause] >> come here. let him up. i'm not worried about him. i'm only worried he is going to give me a kiss. i'm not worried about anything else.
>> you can see there republicans and independents love. this they gave it an a. democrats a d. a star was definitely born. we are going to see next joe the plumber. who is going to disagree with that he invited him. one of us up on stage. seemed like spontaneous fun moment. ainsley: great to see you. he was released from guantanamo bay under president obama. now we have learned he has made a deadly return to terror. which politician said this i deal honored to have partnered with senator sessions for this important award. the answer might surprise you. todd starnes plays a round of whose line is it anyway? that's next ♪ promises, promises ♪ knowing i believe ♪ promises
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steve: all right. quick wednesday morning headlines for you. first, more than 200 violent rioters facing a judge. judge arrested down in washington, d.c. remember these pictures when president trump being sworn in to office. these people are being charged with felonious rioting spotlighting their sabotage right to protest. probably not happy about that but that's the law, folks. and the white house could flush the controversial bathroom bill. president obama required public schools nationwide to let students use restrooms matching the gender they currently identify with but, the trump administration believes states should decide the issue and not the federal government. all right. brian: now we get out of the bathroom and start talking about what's happening on our set.
ainsley: get dressed. brian: yes, please. i prefer you get dressed. this morning we are playing whose line is it anyway politician edition. before the break we asked you the democrat who made this contradictory statement i feel honored to have partnered with senator sessions for an important award and the answer is? well we don't know yet. here to quiz us on our knowledge host of radio show called fox news and commentary and the author of a book we are going to show you the picture of right there "deplorables guide to making america great again todd starnes." >> good morning. this is going to be epic television here, folks. so the question is, who -- we want to know who uttered that quote. i feel honored to have partnered with senator sessions for this important award. brian: we will guess and you are going to play the clip. brian: i believe it's corey booker. steve: i'm going to say chuck schumer. ainsley: i will say chuck schumer.
>> give it to kilmeade. ainsley: did you know this? brian: i'm a genius. >> i feel blessed and honored to have partnered with senator sessions in being the senate sponsors of this important award. ainsley: they didn't like him during the confirmation. that would make since though because he was the one who stood up in congress and condemned him. >> just remember here at "fox & friends," not everybody is a winner. not everybody gets a participation trophy. have you to win this. brian: we don't have that kind of budget. >> here is the next question. i will try to imitate this person. [coughing] >> we need to secure our borders with technology, personnel and physical barriers. [coughing] if necessary. ainsley: that's chuck schumer. >> who said that? steve: was that supposed to be an accent? >> i'm southern. ainsley: coughing because you were crying? it could be bill clinton, it could be president obama, it could be chuck schumer. steve: kennedy, franklin delano roosevelt.
>> we have to have an answer. ainsley: i like all three of mine. who is it? >> there isn't any sensible approach except to do what we need to do simultaneously, you know, secure our borders with technology, personnel, physical barriers, if necessary. ainsley: brian gets the point though. steve: the cough threw us. >> remember she coughed a lot. i was trying to go for the shriek. it didn't come over well. take jobs from illegal immigrants we'll do more to speed the deportation of illegals. who said that? steve: barack obama. ainsley: president obama. brian: president obama might have said it. >> let's roll the tape. >> the jobs they hold might otherwise be held by citizens or illegal immigrants. the problems though pose problems on taxpayers. do more to speed the deportation of illegal aliens
arrested for crimes. brian: both sides stood and collapsed after those statements in 1995. >> they certainly did. next statement is tricky. for those who have abandoned hope, we will restore hope and make america great again. steve: donald trump. ainsley: president obama he was for hope and change. brian: bill clinton. >> let's roll the tape. >> for those who have abandoned hope, we will restore hope and welcome them into a great national crusade to make america great again. ainsley: do you know what i have learned. they all have the same message democrats and republicans. why is there all of this divide going on. brian: whatever donald trump says no one likes but history shows they used to. >> kilmeade is the winner by the way. brian: i'm the only one who really tried. i think you guys were not focused. ainsley: we are losers. brian: early report is that donald trump's address to congress on tuesday he is trying to be like reagan and
much more optimistic and forward-thinking and paint a brighter picture. ainsley: next time, todd, you need to say roll that beautiful beaten footage. >> that's good. i will do that i have to work on the ache sents. steve: come back next week. ainsley: that's fun. i'm terrible at it but that was fun. steve: how did you all do doing that at home let us all know at firstname.lastname@example.org. embarrassing video of harrison ford's plane landing. ache core kevin james reveals something about new sitcom. kevin can wait. >> we were sweating many nights thinking about how we can make it more brian kilmeade. brian: really? >> you think they would have named it about me. he did give brand new exclusive behind hit sitcom.
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the 70's, you would think you are over it now. ainsley: that's why i like it. wake up. not anything too loud. brian: makes me feel like i have got to be doing something else other than listening to it. steve: you are hosting a tv show. abby huntsman is with us today with headline duty. abby: i hope they play that song all morning long to drive you crazy. face of terror. isis releasing this chilling picture of a smiling juwaad jihi before a deadly moment in mosul. he may be a gitmo detainee. identifying him as british-born terrorist nicknamed the briton held from 2002 to 2004. he sued and won a million-dollar settlement from the british government. his return to terror could make him part of a draw dropping statistic showing 18% of detainees return to the battlefield. and colorado authorities defending their controversial
release of illegal immigrant later arrested for murder. the denver sheriff's department said it had no legal grounds to hold him after posting bond for theft charges. just weeks later he is charged with robbing and killing man. ice claims it was only given 25 minutes before -- notice before the department released him defying federal order to hold him. also in this morning. brand new heart-stopping video of tmz of the moment that harrison ford came within seconds of an air disaster. watch this. you can see his yellow plane passing just feet over american airlines jet with over 100 people packed on board that flight. the 74-year-old actor missing the runway as well instead of landing on taxiway on california airport. ford didn't realize he made that mistake and he could lose his license. the actor crashed another plane he was flying two years ago. and a quick decision saved a man's life a group of d.c. police officers coming across a burning car on the side of the road, jumping right into action.
watch this. >> can you open the door? open the door. abby: that terrifying body camera footage shows the terrifying scene. that driver hitting utility pole and couldn't free himself. no one else was in that car and the man luckily is expected to be okay. those are some of your headlines. i will see you back here soon. steve: gives you exact point of view of what they are seeing and experiencing. abby: amazing the video we get today. steve: unbelievable. with movies like hitch and here comes the boom, actor kevin james is a bonafide super star. ainsley: now the comedian has gone back to his sitcom roots on a new cbs show called kevin can wait. [laughter]
>> hey. brian: after 9 years of success on king of queens, that sitcom that never left the air he was ever to film wherever and whoever he wants. we got a behind the scenes look at kevin can wait. we did it last week. right after the snow storm. so take a look. >> take one. >> thing in the night. >> i won't. >> i can't do it. come on, the guy is brutal. >> he keeps a journal. >> a lot of people keep a journal. >> a dream journal. brian: welcome to the fun world of sitcom television. i'm not in hollywood. i'm in bethpage, new york. all because a certain kevin james couldn't wait to get home.
[laughter] >> i just want it to be authentic. i wanted long island to be a character in the show. these are the places that i knew and growing up with and it was really important to me to come back and to do it that way. >> action. brian: now that you are back in the sitcom world you said man i missed it. >> i really did miss it. because it's like nothing else i've done. i mean, film is great. this kind of bridges that and stand up. it's like in front of a live audience. you have got other actors you are working with you can improv stuff have a little fun with it. >> if you are going to inzos tonight i could join you for a pint. >> why would we do that. >> come on, dad. brian: i haven't seen kevin can wait yet. what am i missing. >> a good family comedy. >> retired cop with his family. now with his buddies hanging out. he is finding that things are tougher at home with the kids and everything else than it was being a cop.
>> mastermind. >> enough. to freedom, huh? freedom. >> and to mastermind. >> how different is your television character from your real life character? >> that's a good question. very similar. we have become great friends. we go to games together. we go to concerts together. and act a fool. >> tell me what you have to do. what are your responsibilities? >> it's a lot. i surround myself by great people. >> he is wearing all the hats from producing to writing to starring. >> when he is not on set he is off set writing and doing other things. brian: it's not easy. what i notice being here you have got to be funny but over and over again. >> action. >> i got it. >> mailbox i made. what kind of sick animal would do this. >> one that wants to increase property values in the neighborhood? [laughter] >> too soon, donna.
too soon. >> even though it's challenging it's fun. getting upset with things not working. trying to figure out a puzzle. and i love that challenge. brian: this is what the audience sees. they are looking at the stage from this side. we have andy he is director. he is executive producer. he is going to bring us behind the scenes. right, andy? >> i'm going to show what you your guests don't get to see it is home. >> it does look like a home. >> actual actors, these are their real baby pictures. families devout family want to make sure that's represented in our show. that's kevin james high school football player. now we are in the kitchen where we spend a good majority of time. we can open up the refrigerator. there is always something to pull up that is camera friendly and usually beer. the magic of hollywood. brian: in bethpage. brian: i'm amazed at the detail on the set.
>> we want to to feel like a family home. everything we love about long island. brian: kevin chose massapequa because of me. >> how can we do that? sweating many nights thinking about how we could make it more brian kilmeade. brian: i went to massapequa high school. i'm going out here. what can you give me? this is a gift. >> nice. brian: this is you? one of the most things you are comfortable. you are a wrestler. >> you weighed what weight when you were wrestling. >> i think i was 205. brian: perfect. >> that will fit. that's the nice. thank you. you have been really, really supportive of my career and i appreciate it. brian: if you need to throw my name around in mass speak peek qua, okay? >> i can't believe you are here. that's awesome. brian: next week look at his career a little bit. he said i want to be with my family. i want my family to grow up as mets fans and jet fans. they left new york.
unlike seinfeld shot it in new york city. he said i actually want to do it in new york city. ainsley: that's awesome. is he one of the funniest guys. real brother in life gary valentine. brian: gary first one to do stands up. after he watched his brother stand up he said i want to try. ainsley: both on king of queens and now both on this show. brian: very nice of them to help us out. it's on mondays at 8:00. steve: on cbs? brian: on cbs. steve: meanwhile straight ahead on our program here on fox news channel, that woman right there could be the key to fixing obamacare and saving the economy in the process. first she still has to get confirmed. dr. nicole is a fire break down what we need to know about president trump's nominee to head the medicaid and medicare services coming up next. ainsley: college student got a rude awakening when his mom sent him a box of trash. wait until you hear the reasons why when that mom and son join us live.
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i use tide to get out those week old stains and downy to get it fresh and soft. you are free to go. tide and downy together. steve: as you know president trump promising to repeal and replace obamacare in the coming weeks or months. many wonder what it could mine for their current medicaid and/or medicare coverage. nearly 36% of americans were covered by one of the two programs in 2015. so what can americans expect to see now? well, president trump's pick for administrator of the centers for medicare and medicaid services cms verna that woman right there could have all the answers. with us is dr. nicole is a fire. good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: this woman is new to us but not new to the vice president mike pence. >> she is the obvious
appointee under the trump/pence administration because of the tight-knit work she has done with vice president pence in indiana. what i like about her is she hasn't necessarily shown a political agenda. she isn't aligned with one political party. rather, she is known for creating a conservative medicaid expansion under the affordable care act in in indiana but she has consulted with many other states. steve: in kentucky she worked with governor bevin there. what they did was said okay if you are going to get medicaid which is for low income americans, you are going to have to have some skin in the game. you're going to have to pay a little something or have a job. >> that's what she is known. she likes people to have skin in the game. she will oversee medicare. she is really limited on her authority to congress when it comes to medicare. she is really going to be focusing on our costly overexpanded medicaid program. and she will definitely have some sort of block granting is my brmy guess.
gives fixed amount of money to our state i say she but i mean our federal government. with that it puts more onus on the states on how they want to disperse that historically medicaid is for low income family. our families, elderly. under the affordable care act we had drastic increase of those covered under medicaid which has made it very financially bourbon some for us but also those already enrolled have decreased access to care. steve: sure. i read a story about how she when she first went in and presented plans to mike pence when he was governor of indiana and he threw her out. he said your plan is good but it's just like everything else we have got. come back. she came back, had a new plan. changed everything out. >> there she does like to see work requirements for those able bodied adults. she feels that some people should have some premiums, loco pays, essentially bringing consumerism into healthcare. you can't just give everything
for free. she feels that doesn't give them incentive to work. steve: other component is these are both programs that have a lot of fraud in them. and one of the things she has done is try to figure out a way to ferret out the troublemakers who are trying to steal from the government. >> everyone wants to get free hand me out although the majority truly need it. steve: she has had one confirmation hearing. we will see how the senate votes. thank you for being with us today. >> thank you. steve: part of president trump's plan to fight terror. the mainstream media are in full on attack mode against that man dr. sebastian goreca. he is going to be on this program very shortly to answer his critics straight ahead a college student got a rude awakening when his mom sent him this box. he opened it up. it was his garbage. it was to teach him a lesson. did it work? find out what the lesson is when the mom and kid join us next live ♪ there will be days like this
♪ ♪ steve: well, a college freshman thought he was getting a care package from back home from his mom. but he opened it, and he was wrong. ainsley: instead of treats, he was shocked to discover a box of trash, all his own. wait until you hear the reason why. brian: joining us now to explain is that freshman conor cox and his mom terry. good morning, how are you. >> great. how are you? brian: mom, what brought us to this point? >> the fact that conor left me a bunch of treats before he left for college.
coming home from christmas break. steve: and what you -- as moms do, with their children, they say hey, will you do this for me and so you asked him to take out the trash, answered did not. so you decided to box it up and send it to him. how much was that postage just out of curiosity? >> it was about 6.50. ainsley: oh my gosh. steve: but worth it, right? >> well worth it. ainsley: conor what was your reaction when you got this care package? i know you told your mom, where is the food you are supposed to send me? that sent her over the edge. he decided she was going to send you the trash. when you opened it up, what did you think. >> i was surprised. i thought i was going to get some food and be good for the week and maybe even the month. i opened it up and saw a bunch of trash and i actually kind of freaked out a little bit. i thought it was the wrong package or maybe she sent it to the wrong person. i really didn't know what to think. brian: but you took action, didn't you? instead of keeping this
between you and your mom, what did you do? >> i went out and i tweeted it and it kind of went viral, i guess. ainsley: mom, why are you laughing? >> it's just conor. i mean, this is him. steve: conor, let me ask you this, okay, once you realize that your mom was trying to make a point. when i ask you to do something, you better do it or she is going to wind up spending 6 bucks in postage to make her point. what have you learned from this life lesson? >> just be held responsible, obviously. and when i'm home, do what i'm asked. and i'm usually pretty good with it but i kind of slipped up this one time and thought i could get away with it and obviously i couldn't. ainsley: i hope, connor how great your mom is. >> she is awesome. ainsley: didn't she send you another box of food as well in addition to the trash. >> she is awesome. one. best moms out there. ainsley: that's so great. she is teaching you, connor to be a better husband one day.
>> there you go. yeah. steve: one step at a time. ainsley: sorry, mom. brian: that goes in your win column, right, teri. >> yes. is he a great kid and we are teaching him. ainsley: what's the reaction from your friends, terri. >> way to go mom. super mom. i'm proud of you. i'm going to do this to my kid. one mom tweeted me this morning and said she is going to send her daughter dirty dishes. brian: that will be a little more expensive. >> just a little bit more. steve: we thank you both from joining us. one in baltimore the other one in pittsburgh. by the way, parents out there, how have you tried to teach your children lessons? email us at email@example.com. tweet us or facebook. ainsley: who would have thought you it you if you care package now she is famous. steve: america made by white people one problem he never said that new round of fake news debunked. coming up.
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action to protect our country and to keep our people safe. >> we have a divided country. we're going to bring it together. >> how did it get out that donald trump was a racist in the african-american community? >> fake news. ♪ good to be alive ♪ good to be alive ♪ right about now ♪ good, good, good ♪ good to be alive. steve: andy grammer sang that song live here. thanks everybody for joining us here at the world's cable news source. ainsley: thank you very much. but i'm going on vacation. i'm off tomorrow and friday i'm extra happy today. steve: really? ainsley: i don't think i have taken a vacation in a long time. right? abby, you are going to be here next to brian, right? abby: i will be here. you didn't warn me it was with.
brian: brian abby is over there wearing her parka hoping not to be cold. andy grammer was born to do a morning song. ainsley: talking about deportation, the white house is clearing the way for deportations working on executive order should be released we are learning some time this week. it may be tomorrow. it maybe the next day. police in new york city and other sanctuary cities around the country. you know, they are going to be rounding up people who are here illegally who have committed crimes if that executive order is passed or goes through. but, we're reading this morning in the daily news, there is an editorial in there saying that they have a moral obligation. let me read you exactly what it says. century cities have a moral and practical obligation to refuse to cooperate with this. steve: right. given the fact that now donald trump is going to keep a campaign promise to enforce the laws. keep in mind these are laws that have been on the books but not enforced by president
obama going forward, you know it, starts with the criminal element. but then if you have been charged with things or defraud the government government, you are susceptible to being deported. what is interesting about this though is here in new york city, sanctuary city there is a local councilman who says well, look, if we arrest somebody for doing something illegal they will wind up being fingerprinted and be in a data base. they might get deported. his suggestion to the mayor is don't arrest anybody. instead give out civil summonses. that way the feds won't know who is in this country illegally in this town. brian: los angeles doing something similar. what they say what the federal government has over these cities, of the top ten cities get a total of $2.27 billion in federal funding. so if you don't want to enforce that, donald trump could say you are not getting that money. now, if you are in that city and so many of these cities are in the red and you are saying to yourself you are working real hard.
the city tax is so high and now they are fighting in order to give people who aren't paying taxes money out of your pocket, how many times are you going to say to my elected official i really supportive of you guys because most people are paycheck to paycheck. they are not independently wealthy. not sitting there with a zillion dollars in the bank thinking this is a big foundation. it's not. on top of that, have you got this big dinners between this executive order that's ready to launch and the one that launched two weeks ago. we have a homeland security secretary that's already implementing this. already knows what he is going to do with the 5,000 more border patrol agencies or 5,000 more ice patrol agents. he is also going to know what's going to be happening with the catch and release program. it is coming to answered. ainsley: here is the thing if you live in this city have you to keep your mouth shut if you voted for donald trump you will get attacked. if you live in l.a. and california, same thing. there is the middle of america. all those counties. remember that map when president trump won? it was like blue just in new york and all of california. the rest all the counties the majority voted for trump, clearly, because he is the president.
brian: do a study. what the harvard and harris people are saying when asked. seize and arrest illegal also should they or should they not turn them over 80 percent said yes turn them over. 8 out of 10. steve: temporary travel ban has a majority of support. majority of americans also feel that the number of people from the country of syria, which president obama said set at 100,000 should be lower at refugees. meanwhile yesterday here in new york city, somebody put up a great big refugee's welcome sign on the statue of liberty. it took them four hours to take it down because they were worried they would somehow harm lady liberty. the reporters on a number of other networks warned their viewers that going forward, what president trump has suggested is going to lead to trouble. watch this. >> i think most people at this table were alive and politically conscience at the
time of the oklahoma city bombings. every time president trump uses this kind of language i always worry it's incitement. >> i am worried. i'm worried because somebody who is derangeside going to hear this kind of language and take action against journalists either at rally or some other private setting. >> i said this during the campaign it's going to happen. i don't want it to happen. somebody is going to get hurt. it's just a question of time. because, just like in every other dynamic in life if you take somebody who has a legitimate reason to be upset in the first place and you pump them up and it starts to become a call to action, somebody is going to get hurt. steve: they are awful talking about how things that the president says could wind up hurting people. forget about the fact that with the orders yesterday, is he actually enforcing the law, they feel that those words are going to lead to trouble. brian: so, do you remember during thursday's press conference april ryan put up her hand and answered a question. oddly the president of the united states said if you want to set up a meeting with the congressional black caucus go
ahead and do that she said no i'm journalist. she waste wasn't insulted i can't set up a meeting. the congressional black caucus is meeting with the congress this week. april ryan will lead that charge. ---april ryan said something. she claims that donald trump said white people built motorcycle america. listen. >> 'if slavery. the reason why i'm asking you is because when he was candidate trump he said things like, you know, we made this country, meaning white america. >> i don't know why you would say that. >> no, no, no. he said that i heard him say that. steve: okay. so sean spicer, propghtly, said what are you talking about? she, and we should point out she is bureau chief for american urban radio. she eventually tweeted out for those of you who wonder where
i paraphrased what potus said. listen to the video and the potus words in march of 2016. so we have got the words of then candidate donald trump. listen to him with his actual words and see if she is appropriate and accurate in her depiction. >> we cannot let our first amendment rights be taken away from us, folks. we can't let it happen. we can't let it happen. we have a right to speak. i mean, we are law abiding people. we are people that work very hard. we're people that have built this country and made this country great. and we're all together. and we want to get along with everybody. but when they have organized professionally staged wise guys, we have got to fight back. we have got to fight back. brian: do you see that? >> not at all. he said we made this -- meaning america. americans together. we did this together, he said. did you hear him say white people built it?
black people didn't? i didn't hear that. brian: yesterday he was called anti-semantic for not speaking out more firmly against these defamation-what's happening there to some jewish grave yards and other monuments. and then told by this woman april ryan well, in the past you said white people built america. ainsley: this is the problem. this is where okay. donald trump has said some things in the past no one agrees with. he has apologized for that but when you take a statement like that and you take it out of context, that is dangerous. as a journalist, you can't put words in someone's mouth and say that's what he meant. he actually meant this. >> steve: i think it's her interpretation. she heard that and that's what she heard. and that's why she doubled down on it going forward, i know. brian: that's not what he said. people that have built this country and made this country great and we want to get along with everybody. steve: she interprotested it that way.
we read it a different way. going forward and, brian, you touched on this, he is going to be giving an address to a joint session of congress on tuesday night, they say it's going to be optimistic and uplifting and while some have depicted his inaugural address to be a dark depiction of what's going on in america. they are saying -- they disagree with that at the white house. they say it's going to be optimistic and uplifting and look forward to bring people together. ainsley: some in the mainstream media say is he racist and having guests on. brian: that's indication people say he is anti-gay, he is fascist as you saw on tucker carlson last night and he doesn't like black people. that's what his interpretation. thousands of people in the street protesting about something that he doesn't stand for. steve: a lot of people just unhappy that he was elected president of the united states. but let's get used to it, folks. he's president of the united states. ainsley: many people wanted president obama to do more for racism in this country and to come together, bring everyone
together. maybe president trump will be able to do that. he has omarosa with him and ben carson. steve: is he trying. ainsley: he went to the african-american museum in washington and went with them. maybe can he sit down with folks in the african-american community and we can fix this problem. i think the majority of americans, at least, all want to be together and come together and love one another. he said this is about love. love of country. and that's why he says that he doesn't want immigrants that don't love this country coming over here to commit crimes. that's why he wants them out. steve: okay. so there we are able to offer you what happened in the news yesterday and play the actual sound bites so it all makes sense to you. ainsley: all right. abby, take it away with headlines. abby: i always take brian kilmeade at his word. ainsley: that is even more dangerous. abby: a lot of news to get to today. just hours from now rex tillerson and john kelly will both be heading to mexico. they will be meeting with president enrique pi. on the border law enforcement
and trade deals. also president trump was ripped by liberals for saying, this remember? >> you look at what's happening last night in sweden, sweden, who would believe this? sweden, they took in large numbers. they're having problems like they never thought possible. abby: well, he might be right. just days later violent riots breaking out in immigrant neighborhood in stockholm. see people torching cars and throwing rocks at police officers. all started when police tried to arrest a drug suspect and took hours to get fund control. several people were injured. but no one was arrested. also this morning, protesters still calling the dakota pipeline site their home and getting the boot. they are getting the boot. the army corps of engineers is shutting down the campus after new concern about flooding as the snow melts. last month the president signed executive actions to approve the pipeline. protesters who have been camped out there since august, they worry about contaminating the water on native american land. also this.
i will not cover myself up. that is the message from france's top presidential candidate who is refusing to wear a hijab. marine la pen was scheduled to talk with -- backed out after his office insisted she put on the head scarf. france already bans open displays of religion in school but la pen wants to take it a step further banning all religious displays in public places. headlines back to you guys. brian: wouldn't budge. abby: wouldn't budge. i have a feeling that's not the end of that story. steve: probably right. abby: thank you. brian: thank you, abby. a key plan to fight terror under attack by many in the media they call him dangerous. dr. sebastian gorka is here live with the answer for his critics next. steve: his program helping kids connect with kids in the community giving high fives on friday. you know what? they just stopped it because it could offend certain kids. ♪ i'm going down
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down gitmo while detainees returning to terror pose little threat to the united states. one of them carried out a attack in iraq. a british national released from gitmo who later was able to travel to syria and joining up isis as well has killed himself. here to discuss is deputy assistant to president trump dr. sebastian goreca. good morning to you, sebastian. ainsley: good morning. >> good morning, everybody. steve: does it surprise that you this isis suicide bomber in iraq was a former gitmo detainee? >> unfortunately it doesn't. if you look at the great work done at the long journal people like tom jocelyn. we know that at least 30 if not more than 40% recidivism rate from the people released at gitmo. so, president obama released lots and lots of people that were there for a very good reason of what happened. almost half the time they returned to the battlefield. this individual not only was
he released, he was given compensation of more than a million dollars by the british government. who claimed he had been
mall treated. and then he goes and executes a suicide attack in iraq. ainsley: why would the british government do that? >> that's a good question. you would have to ask them i'm afraid. brian: dr. gorka, on top of that, you do have gitmo and do you have some people there and it's a brand new prison and there is a court. have you -- do you know if the administration along with your advice has decided what to do about that? are we going to start seeing these guys on trial and convicted and death penalty? >> the president has been really explicit, brian, that the gitmo is a very, very important tool. beyond just the question of detention facility or tribunals, it's also important to understand that guantanamo bay is an incredibly important intelligence asset. you look at the things that we have managed to achieve based upon the gedges intelligence gleensd from the prisoners there. we stand by the president's determination during the campaign that this is something we have to keep.
steve: well, dr. gorka you are not only talking about the news you are in the news. "the washington post talking about how you went from the fringes to the center of power. is this because you are trying to erratic call radical islam and they are not happy about that. >> i'm kind of flattered. yesterday's newspaper above the fold. you know what that means in d.c. on page 1. and then the full back page of section a kind the flattering. you know the problem is after these articles appeared in the post and "wall street journal" i got lots of phone calls from friends, former colleagues saying these reporters talked to me for hours but never quoted me. why? because they had nothing bad to say about me. so this is fake news. they are attacking me based upon people i have never met. and what's the bottom line? we want to win this war? i have been critical of the last 16 years which hasn't been very, very fruitful in protecting americans. i guess they just want to do the same old same old. brian: if you want to know
what dr. gorka is about and where his family is from. read his book. no secrets. dr. gorka thanks
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that's how much tom brady's missing super bowl jersey is worth. houston police say whoever stole it faces a first degree felony charge. wow. it's worth half a million dollars, brian. brian: all right. i have it. not the shirt but i have the money. i will get it to you, ainsley. meanwhile, you like to think the white house is on fire now, right, with all this coverage? >> presidency. >> an administration careening out of control. >> plagued with personnel problems and then drowning in damaging leaks to the press. >> it's an arcky. >> critics call it chaos. >> the rhetoric loud, aggressive, chaotic, as many in the media forgotten donald trump's white house is a total snooze fest compared to what happened, for example, inside the clinton administration which many people thought was successful. here with a reminder is josh king he served in the clinton administration as white house production for presidential events. is he also author of this book "offscript. advanced guide campaign spectacle and political
suicide. josh, like donald trump, governor clinton was a washington outsider. >> that's right. brian: showed it early. how. >> you said, brian, in your introduction that it was a snooze fest compared to the clinton administration. i don't think it's a snooze fest compared to. it's a very similar story that i see unfolding i call it like the bumpy road to washington 4. that's what the trump administration is. clinton was the first. bush the second. obama the third. and there are many parallels to 3 because this team comes in with very little white house experience, very little governmental experience it just take as month six months. year in office get use to the rhythm of the white house works. brian: media severing magnified. cabinet confirmations on day one. president obama had seven. bush 43 seven. bill clinton had three. coming in. meanwhile with the clinton white house, they immediately wanted to do something that donald trump thought about doing.
that's move the press corps. >> well, that's right there is always idea to go back to the prenixon white house where you actually had a beautiful indoor swimming pool in the west wing and executive mansion. nixon put a floor over it and white house briefing room ever since. it's a very cramped space but gives intimate access to the white house. and the clinton administration toyed with the idea of moving it to the old executive office building. ultimately they didn't. >> huge backlash on top of that remember bill clinton had that problem with the hair cut. that was also somewhat controversial. he also stumbled into an issue he really didn't want to and that was clashing about guys in the military during the transition there was a news conference and he was asked about it made the meeting with the joint chiefs of staff early in january not to talk about global issues of
national security with incoming defense secretary. guys in the military. not something you put on a agenda first week in office. brian: what's also interesting too. recovery the weekend. where is the first legislative, bees as legislative agenda. remember. barack obama had the stimulus package passed. remember that. bailed out the auto industry. that was a crisis. you reminded us hillary clinton had this thing called hillary clinton hillary care. that ended up being a disaster. >> that didn't happen until six months in to the administration what you have had and what i do friday night is look at all the pictures of the previous week and i have done it for four weeks running into saturday morning it's interesting. 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. bumper video. introduce what's going to happen later on in the hour. the rally getting off marine
one walking with grand kids. walking to give thumbs up in the south lawn. executive order signing. limited number of scenes the presidency has given us in the administration. it will be very interesting when evidence president has to do either go to europe or 10 day trip to asia sleep in a bed that's not his own. it's going to get bump bumpier before it gets smoother. that's what happened every four years. >> playing a lot of golf. josh king, great book. called off script. it's now out. set former white house director of production. puts everything else in perspective about what donald trump is going through. thanks, josh. >> thanks, brian. brian: continue to keep in touch with you as donald trump gets closer and closer to being fully staffed. it's a program helping police connect with kids in the community. they do it with high fives and it's just been shut down.
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♪ brian: all right. it's your shot of the morning. college freshman thought he was getting a care package from his mom but he was wrong. ains answer connor cox shocked to open up that box right there it was full of trash. his mom sent him the garbage because he was supposed to take out the trash when he wept home nor winter break.
steve: connor and his mom joined us last hour. >> i freaked out a little bit. i thought it was the wrong person. steve: how much was that postage out of curiosity? >> it was about 6.50. steve: but worth it, right? >> well worth it. steve: what have you learned from this life lesson? >> um, just be held responsible. she is awesome. one of the best moms out there. steve: that will teach him. whatever mom says do or you would wind up with heavy package from home. brian: you don't have to quantify one of the best moms out there. just say the best mom out there. get yourself out of a lot of trouble. ainsley: you at home are loving that you be the judge. what did you think of that? >> priceless. good job mom. well done. send a message. >> donald trump send a message when he was campaigning he said if you make me president of the united states, elect me as president. i will enforce the immigration rules and laws in the united states. yesterday, once again, he reiterated if you are in this country illegally, you have been convicted, haven't been deported.
you have been involved in crime, you're going to go, you know, eventually shown the door. >> yeah. steve: some on the left are saying this is just the beginning of mass deportations, people should hide in their basements. >> one thing whether you like tr he living up to campaign promise and living up to them quickly. is he not dragging his feet. working on the repeal and replacement of obamacare. he has already got plans in the works for building the wall. he, you know, the people who are protesting against him, frankly, didn't agree with his policies when he was campaigning. so, of course, they are not going to agree with him now. steve: sure. >> people did agree with him are delighted that he is actually a politician following through with his campaign promises. brian: fear in doing that for politicians is you come off anti-hispanic. that's what got -- when he first started as a candidate they said oh my goodness i cannot believe he just said a lot of people coming from mexico are drug dealers are not sending us their best. people thought that was going to be a disaster for the party. >> yeah, well, i mean, let's face it, he is not president obama when he speaks.
he is not a smooth speaker. brian: never will be. >> puts his foot in his mouth all the time. however, i'm hispanic. i don't think is he anti-hispanic. this is a country of laws. i'm delighted is he protecting the dreamers because i think that that is a different set of category -- different category of people there. but, you know, is he basically saying, look, this is a country of laws. and the laws, if they are violated we have to take action or they mean nothing. i understand that. whether i agree or disagree with it, i understand it. he is following the laws. it's not anti-hispanic or anti-anything. it's what he ran on which is important because he got elected on that plot form. steve: okay. but then there come cases. a couple of weeks or so ago. there was that one woman who was grabbed in a raid and it looks like she is going to be deported and it made all the headlines. there is the new one a young manual by the name of danny ramirez who is one the dreamers that you referred to. but in this -- he was arrested along with some others. and then apparently he said he
was in a gang and so now they want to deport him but the left, their hair is on fire. >> yeah. because his lawyer is saying he never said he was in a gang. if you are a gang member or you commit a crime, you lose your dhaka protection. the protection they give to dreamers are gone if you become a criminal and rightfully so. so the ice agent said he admitted to gang affiliations he has a gang tattoo. his lawyer says that's a bunch of garbage that they made it up. that's just a factual question. in every case the lawyer comes forward and accuses the police of wrongdoing. adversarial system. ainsley: do they have him on tape he was in a gang. >> we don't know. that's issue for trial. brian: federal government saying no more sanctuary cities and these mayor's, a lot of democratic mayor's says no, we are going to protect you don't worry about it from rahm emanuel on down. the rubber hits the road when it comes to federal funding. what do you do? >> i think that's going to end. i think that once these citizens start to feel the pain of the loss of federal money, they're going to start questioning the logic of their
leaders and saying we're going to fight this. because, every city, i mean, practically every city gets federal money and like new york gets $10 billion. many get hundreds of millions. when that money is gone and the citizens start to feel it, we're going to see a change, i believe. i think trump has hit the nail on the head. ainsley: president trump is saying if you are lehr illegally and you have committed a crime, a felony. there are 11 million illegals in the country. 690,000 are felons. those folks are going to be shown the door. they're going to go back home. there are some mayors and some leaders in sanctuary cities saying well then, final, we won't charge anyone with a crime. if we arrest you and find out you are doing something wrong, we're not going to charge you because we don't want you to live we want to protect you. >> think how stupid that is. if you live in a city and a criminal is being protected and kept on the streets because they don't want them deported, i think you are going to reconsider whether you want to elect that same person again. brian: we were talking about this right before the segment started.
there is a lot of niewforts news saying there is going to be damage coming our way we don't have it? these acts are going to result in violence. >> sure. ainsley: we should be prepared. >> hugely ironic, those same newscasters same ones fanning the flames against police officers. they had no problem maligning them and creating hatred. brian: hands up, don't shoot. >> not just that epidemic of cop shootings. five cops got shot in dallas. police officers are getting shot all the time. the police shootings are up dramatically. i think it's very ironic that here you have the same newt newscasters saying you are going to see something somebody is going to get hurt. ainsley: same ones that wanted to vote for hillary rodham clinton. we were playing sound bites of her earlier and other democratic leaders they were
all saying the exact same thing that president trump is saying we need to secure the borders. immigration is a big issue. >> it is. trump got elected on that platform. the bottom line is the people who don't like his policies will continue to profit and to d not like his policies. he got elected. unlike a politician he is actually doing what he said he was going to do and we are only a month in. steve: this is very personal to you because before you were a judge you were actually a police officer. >> sure. steve: trump has called out the media he said look, there are some stories out there that simply are not true and i call them fake news. >> i don't disagree with him at all. i there if you change the channel any time during the day you will see nothing but trump bashing because that's what's going on out there. before he got elected it was all about keeping him from getting elected. once he got elected trying to get the electors to not do their duty and vote for him. once they did that now a matter of delegitimizing. steve: it's russia. russia hacked the election. >> making sure if he makes it
four years he is a one-term president. that's agenda americans are catching on to. brian: 90% of republican russ very much in his court. they saw that rally in orlando and they thought man -- >> -- he is pulling in independents dramatically. even though they worry about his demeanor, they're seeing him do things. and it's going to be -- the proof is in the pudding. if he turns the economy around and jobs come in. if he gets results, everybody is going to change their view of him. steve: sure. he has already gotten results. he promised he was going to do something about immigration. is he doing that right now. you look at his bucket list of the first 30, 40 days, he has done at love stuff. brian: he has got to get republicans going. they have got to get some legislation going. >> isn't it crazy how they are criticizing. >> can you imagine them criticizing obama after 30 days they would say are you crazy? brian. ainsley: according to a harvard study, they agree with cities that arrest illegals. they should be turned in.
80% of people. >> because most people believe in abiding by the law. whether they agree with the law or not, there is a way to change the law. that's our system. you abide by the law and you push to change it if you disagree with it. steve: sure. >> you don't disregard it. steve: all right, judge. thank you very much for stopping by. brian: abby huntsman you stopped by we thank you for that. abby: always good to have you here as well, judge. something i want to get to very quickly obama administration trying to hack the while mike pence was governor. daily caller uncovering attempt by the department of home land security. the investigation citing nearly 15,000 hits on the hoosier state between november 1st of 2016 and december 16th. a majority of that time coming after governor pence's vice presidential election. also this: a stranded boater left clinging to his overturned dingy for 13 hours rescued by the coast guard. some incredible video showing guardsmen pulling him out of near freezing water off the
coast of cape cod. he fell in after water started taking over his brand new boat. he was treated for hypothermia but luckily is expected to be okay. and police officers forced to cancel a high spy program at that time elementary school because it might make kids feel uncomfortable. >> kind of bummed that the high five friday has ended right now. we would wait for the children to get off the bus. we would high five them if they wanted one when they came off the bus and they would go about their day. abby: high five friday was meant to help officers connect with the students. said some might not respond well to that police working with the school to find different way tone gauge with the kids. so unfortunate you can't even high five a police officer today. steve: yep. bad optics now. abby: bad optics. see you guys soon. ainsley: thanks, abby.
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you vote for me. so, let me hear what you have to say. watch the reaction from the crowd when he tries to find out what they want. listen. >> to the realm of ideological extremism where it is doing enormous damage to our economy. [crowd booing] >> standing rock. brian: what the heck is he talking about? this didn't just happen with him. it happened for senator joni ernst when she went back to iowa. mitch mcconnell. chuck grassley. kept their cool and listened to it. trying to imitate the movement of the tea party. steve: very effective. brian: take ted kennedy seat gave the house to the republicans when they have held sense. this seems manufactured. this seems paid for. that's what lawmakers are saying behind closed doors. ainsley: here is the danger of this. lawmakers. got to the polls.
talk to local officials. >> you want to talk to them. get the word out how you want them to vote or what is important to you. they go up to the podium and dry to find out with you. you have these folks with action organizations and getting paid to do this, right? brian: in some cases. ainsley: they are screaming. you can't get anything done. and your local official, they don't want -- now they don't want to approach you. they don't want to ask you because they are scared they are going to get this backlash. steve: last night on tucker's show he had organizers from the group refuse fascism. he wanted to ask this hard-hitting question. it is what do you guys want? and an answer was not forthcoming. watch this. >> actually, it would have taken millions and millions to rise up to stop hitler. it would are and it's what people should have done. >> let me ask you a question i get it you are morally outraged. i know it's shameful. >> oh, oh, oh. it's funny to you. >> let me ask you a question. >> no. because i you love to carry
water for this criminal wanna be in chief. steve: all he asked is what do you want. brian: he could not get anything across in five-minute interview. one thing about tucker he let's you talk especially early. have you to shut up for a second and answer a question. and finally he just said, you know what? i'm letting you go. i tried. goodbye. take a wide shot and they went to commercial. that's what -- those type of people, donald trump will never win over. it's the rational people in the middle and republicans who are already there he has a shot at. ainsley: majority of people. majority of people are rational. steve: we hope so. ainsley: it's okay if you have a different opinion. can you debate and do it in a healthy way. they listen to the other side. they listen to you. that's how a normal conversation works. steve: state of politics right now. meanwhile, the video is heart-stopping, isn't it? ainsley: yes, it is. this little boy catches his baby brother falling from changing table. going to join us live with a message to all parents. steve: kid has good hands
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♪ ainsley: remember this heart-stopping video? a 9-year-old boy catching his 11mond old brother when he starts to roll off of a changing table in the nursery. that video went viral and now this pint sized his or her is being honored for his action saving his brother. here to share their story is joseph levi and his mom. thank you for joining us. >> hi, good morning. thank you for having us. ainsley: so this happened in september. the video went viral right after that and then we are honoring your son now because i understand he just got an award a few days ago for being a hero. >> yes.
he actually first received an award from the mayor of bell harbor graceman. that was about a month ago. and then the local police chief nominated him for do the right thing, which is an organization that honors 800 -- takes 800 kids and honors 10. and he was one of them. ainsley: joseph, how do you feel and what are your friends saying? >> so, when i showed the video to my friends, they said that it was so cool that i was -- that i was able to run and catch my brother. and then when it went on tv, they said that it was so cool that i was on tv. ainsley: it really is. and you did a good thing. now, you were brave come forward with this. i know you said a few months ago that you were embarrassed at first. what is your message to moms? why are you doing this? >> i really just put it out there so that we realize that we all have something to be grateful for.
we all have miracles that happen in our lives. and really just to be more cautious and more aware. because accidents do happen. it will continue to happen. but, if people can just think one more extra second and not walk away or not leave your kids unattended. it could change a lot of things. and the outcome of many accidents and we can prevent that from happening. ainsley: kids change so quickly. they could not be able to roll for months and then all of the sudden one day that happens. >> it happens every day. i get phone calls every day of people's stories now and their confessions. ainsley: yeah. i know. as a result of your video i have one hand on my daughter on the changing table trying to throw away her diapers in the diaper pail. i have one of those diaper pails that have the pedal. i can hold her with the other. >> multitanking. ainsley: i know, right you have 11 month old twins and joseph. thank you for being with us. god bless your family. >> thank you, thank you so much. >> thank you for being a hero. >> thank you.
ainsley: thank you, honey. okay. have you heard the new plan from some liberals to criminal illegal immigrants from are deportation? just don't arrest anyone. we will take a closer look at that idea coming up next. ♪ and that can be your favorite girl ♪ forever ♪ perfectly i will never wash my hair again.
>> those people who are in this country impose a threat to our public safety will be the first to go. >> he's basically saying, look, this is a country of laws and the laws if they're violated, we have to take action or they mean nothing. >> flooding all over the state of california is extreme. it's as if the streets have turned into rivers. >> it scares the holy crap out of my wife. >> one misstep could be catastrophic. >> i heard a tremendous boom and the house shook. >> you're not just talking about the news, you're in the news. >> this is fake news based on people i've never met. >> hours from now secretary of state rex tillerson will both
be heading to mexico. >> the president is going to be issuing a new executive action to protect our country and to keep our people safe. >> i'm showing right away. >> we were showing many nights how we can make it more brian kilmeade central. ♪ ♪ brian: sam and dave sang this? ainsley: uh-huh. brian: i never knew sam and dave sang together. steve: they did for this. brian: whoa. steve: thank you very much for joining us here live from studio e. ainsley is going on vacation one more hour from now. ainsley: i'm getting up early to catch a friday. brian: and then the next day a spa appointment and then speed boat racing. ainsley: uh-huh. i'm going to be going to bed when you're waking up. do you want me to be your alarm clock? brian: yeah, your wake-up call. ainsley: am i allowed to dance
on the tables as a news anchor? i'm just kidding. i'm not going to do that. first of all, i can't dance. second of all, i can't do tables. brian: and there's no tables on vacation. eat on your lap. ainsley: moving on. come on. steve: that's right. we are going to miss the daily news and of course today the news is -- it looks like it's probably now going to be friday when the president of the united states signs that new executive order. ainsley: i thought maybe tomorrow. steve: it looks like john roberts has just sent out a note from the white house that it looks like the executive travel ban for those people from the seven countries will probably come on friday. this on the heels of his immigration policy overhaul. keep in mind all donald trump is doing is keeping his campaign promises to enforce the laws of the land, and they are vigorous but targeted enforcement. and it appears to be what americans have wanted all along because we would like to be a sovereign nation. ainsley: well, if you look at the. brian: among the things in his memo are the 5,000 border
patrol agents, 10,000 more ice agents. he's going to say goodbye catch and release. he's going to be expanding evidently the holding cells for people coming across the border as well as filling in the border fence and wall when needed. ainsley: and, brian, just to show you what an impact that is. 10,000 more ice agents. that is three times the current number. steve: well, here's the fortunately. they have been handcuffed, the agents for border patrol and ice for so long because there have been so many different carve-outs where you cannot arrest this person, you can't arrest that person, you can't deport these people. there was one carve-out that said an illegal had to be caught within 100 miles of the border, and they had to be apprehended in the first two weeks that they were in the united states, which is really kind of hard to imagine. ainsley: that was the only way to send them home without a long, lengthy trial. steve: so now what they've done instead of two weeks, it's going to be two years, and it can be anywhere in the united states. of course, you watch the mainstream media, and they are
not happy with this. they're saying, look, people be ready for the deportation force, which is not true. they're not going to come and round up people because the ice and border patrol simply don't have the manpower or budget to round up 11 million people. ainsley: and it saves americans money; right? because these folks aren't held up in court? brian: some of the critics say this. you can't throw out 11 million that commit crimes. the 1.9 million felonies is going to cost between 420 and $600 billion. the 13 billion-dollar bill just to prosecute these. so a lot of people saying as you put these things into motion comes a bigger bill down the line. my sense when you put into motion, the matting will be shut off, people will get the message. others will be forced to sign in and say how do i make it from here or sign out and say i can't make it here. ainsley: it was a small portion. you were saying 1.9 are
felons? it's 1.9 have committed crimes. of those, 690,000 are felons. brian: mine was -- to get rid of those felons, it's going to cost a lot of money, they say. judge alex was here earlier whose hispanic and said the message isn't really against the hispanic community. >> look, i'm hispanic. i don't think he's antihispanic. he's -- this is a country of laws. and as best -- i'm delighted he's protecting the dreamers because i think that that is a different set of category -- different category of people there. but, you know, he's basically saying, look, this is a country of laws and the laws if they're violated, we have to take action or them nothing. i understand that. whether i agree or disagree with it, i understand it. he's following the laws. it's not antihispanic. it's not antianything. it's what he ran on, and it's important because he got elected on that platform. steve: alex is down in south florida. there are a number of sanctuary areas down there. we are broadcasting right now
from the biggest sanctuary city in the united states of america. how do people across the country feel about sanctuary cities where if somebody is arrested and there's an ice detainer on them, they will not turn them over to the feds. well, harvard did a study and look at this. 80% of americans say that cities should turn them over to federal agents. that's -- ainsley: but you wouldn't know that. steve: what's going on here in new york and california. brian: keep in mind, people. you can say, well, i have a big heart. well, good. do you care about your kids in schools? because the money that goes to social programs that don't belong here goes away from your schools, away from your parks, your curbs, your streets, your cops. so you're making a choice here. you onto have a finite amount of money and a lot of that money is going to be pulled back because of your mayors. ainsley: and to your point, president trump wants to remove the felons. he wants to remove the ones who are rapists, have committed crimes, homicides included, you remember the list a few days ago of all of those people what their crimes are. they're really serious criminals. are these bad criminals.
so you want your taxpayers? you get up every morning, you rather spend time with your kids but you can't do. you have to go to work so that you can put food on the table. would you rather your hard-earned dollars pay for these criminals and their families? brian: sure. so let's talk about donald trump and what he's up against. we know about hillary clinton supporters. about them not being able to handle that they lost. how about this? how about mislabeled and miscategorized in the areas which he doesn't belong. donald trump makes enough mistakes and brings enough to the table being a rookie politician let alone being called anti-semitic. yesterday he denounced anti-semitic acts that took place over the weekend. is this okay with you? trump: this was a meaningful reminder of why we have to fight bigotry, intolerance, and hatred in all of it's very ugly forms. the anti-semitic threats targeting our jewish community
and community centers are horrible and are painful and a very sad reminder of the work that still must be done to root out hate and prejudice and evil. steve: so there you've got the president of the united states he was at the smithsonian museum for african-american history and culture yesterday for black history month, which is february. and he commented on what had happened, essentially, out in the st. louis area where there was a number of -- quite a bit of vandalism of some headstones in a jewish cemetery. now, here's the thing. right after he did that, somebody -- i think it was the leader at the anne frank foundation said it's not enough. he's an anti-semite in his comments and who is at the white house, they say. they saya alveda king was on
last night and wants to spread the idea of where does that come from? >> just accusing him of being a racist without doing real homework, real investigation, for instance, al sharpton and jessie jackson commented donald trump several years ago. said his plans were great for the urban community. and then all of a sudden you hear all of this he's racist. he hates black people. and that just really is not the truth. steve: she said it was fake. brian: he got himself in trouble needlessly when he didn't come out and say david duke supports me. i hate that guy. release on the holocaust remembrance day. a terrible press release. showed amateu amateurism. and then he didn't answer directly enough when he got a question about it at the press conference thursday for some. but that statement was 100% correct and this is an unforced error.
but then people are hyperventilating waiting for him to make a mistake. ainsley: so yesterday he says i denounce the rise in all of these bomb threats. the anti-semitism and all the racism needs to be addressed. anything having to do with position is horrible. but then you have the guy who is executive director for anne frank center for mutual respect, and he says the worst anti-semitism we have ever seen. i mean, his own daughter is jewish. her husband is one of his right hand guys. one of his advisers, serves -- steve: special adviser. ainsley: exactly. and if you are anti -- if you're an anti-semite, would you welcome your daughter and her husband into the white house and put them in front of the staff? steve: the haters are going to hate. meanwhile, while the press is trying to depict donald trump's first 40 days as being a complete disarray, brian had a great interview with josh king who used to work in the clinton communication shop during the clinton years. and he says you know what? barack obama, donald trump, and bill clinton all have
something in common. trouble in the beginning. watch. >> i call it like the bumpy road to washington four. that's what the trump administration is. clinton was the first. bush the second. obama the third. and there are many parallels to 93 because this team comes in with very little white house experience. very little governmental experience. and it just takes a month, two months, six months, even your first year in office to get used to the whole rhythm of the way the white house works. brian: people were very critical of bill clinton. i do remember that. obviously we weren't on the show at the time. but i do remember gazing the military. tell. brian: we know he had a few nominees kicked to the curb. hillary the secret revamp of the entire health care process, and it was a disaster and almost tanked his entire presidency. he got hammered in the midterm elections. but then he decided to make some changes, consolidate. get this? cut deals, and he had a pretty
successful presidency. ainsley: like ronald reagan. steve: during the clinton years, the white house actually tried to block the press core from access, so they started closing the door to the press secretary's office. that was george stephanopoulos that. brian: really? steve: according to josh. brian: what happened to him? steve: no idea. here's abby. abby: good to be here. they ripped president trump for saying this. >> you look at what's happening last night in sweden, sweden, who would believe this? sweden, they took in large numbers, they're having problems like they never thought possible. >> well, he might have been right about that just days later, violent riots erupting in a immigrant neighborhood in sweden. you can see people torching cars. it all started when police tried to arrest a drug suspect, and it took hours to get the riots under control.
also this. an illegal immigrant gang member recaptured by the feds thanks to new york city sanctuary city law. ignoring an order to hold him after serving time for disorderly contact and has a long record with the feds. arresting him the very same day he was released. now said to be deported after a judge initially reported it back in 2014. and is 90 the new 80? a new study out of the united kingdom says life expectancecy is on the rise, it could rise to the low 90s especially in south korea. the better the health care, the better odds. men are expected to live as long as the women. steve: you have to move to south korea? >> apparently. for now. brian: you have to have soul.
billy joel sang about that. of all the sound bytes to come back to haunt nancy pelosi, why this? >> do you know what escape goat is? that means in a community where people want to absolve themselves of guilt, they get a goat, and they heap all of the ills onto the goat and then run the goat out of time. brian: we'll tell you about it. ket. a fire truck. even a marching band. and if i can get comfortable talking about this kiester, then you can get comfortable using preparation h. for any sort of discomfort in yours. preparation h. get comfortable with it.
steve: well, the president returning to campaign mode over the weekend in florida. that rally left journalists outraged but what do the american people think? here we've got lee carter joining us. lee, you've got some sound bytes. first one is donald trump talking about the fake news people. watch. trump: i also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news. the dishonest media, which has published one false story after another with no sources, even though they pretend they have them. they make them up in many cases. they have become a big part of
the problem. they are part of the corrupt system. when the media lies to people, i will never, ever let them get away with it. i will do whatever i can that they don't get away with it. steve: okay. the grades. >> as you can see republicans gave us an a minus, independents a b, and democrats a f. democrats said he wants to ban free press. they heard the same thing. they just had a totally different interpretation of what they meant. steve: meanwhile there was a crazy sound byte last week. nancy pelosi on goats. escape goats. >> from my colleague that general flynn today was scapegoat. that means in the community where people want to absolve themselves of guilt. they get a goat, and they put
all of the ills onto the goat, and then they run the goat out of town. so the inference to be drawn from his statement is that other people have blames to be shared and all of this. it was totally inappropriate. steve: okay. blue line high. they liked it. >> they did. but they only gave a c overall. republicans and independents an f. they're, like, what are they talking about? steve: did they understand it? >> not really. steve: first you get a goat. >> even if i agree with her, she should have tried something else. steve: really quickly, it looks like the independents are lining up with the republicans. if that unfolds four years, that's good for donald trump. >> it's really good for donald trump. and a lot of people ask me who these independents are. they're not necessarily fox viewers. we have a panel of 3,000 folks. 1,000 in each party, and it's really good to see how they're reacting. steve: no kidding. lee carter, thank you very
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ainsley: some quick headlines for you. keeping the left in check at universities. republican lawmaker in iowa proposing a bill to provide their political affiliation during the hiring process. it is meant to create bipartisan balance, they say. if the school was tilted to one of the parties, the school would be prohibited from hiring a member of that party. and john podesta is final
cracking the code. hillary clinton's historical election loss. >> there are at least forces within the fbi that wanted her to lose. i'm not sure they were prepared to -- they really understood the alternative. but they wanted her to lose. ainsley: clinton's former campaign trail blaming the fbi, despite his own e-mails being hacked and released, plaguing the campaign. steve: always somebod somebody else's problem. all right. so kevin james is an actor we've seen from queen of kings, you actually saw him for the first time on storm surge with kevin milk man. and next week we'll do a thing of how he got to where he is as to maybe this generation's jackie gleason. but he says, yeah, i have a few criteria. number one, i'm doing it on long island. number two, i'm going to write and produce it. and number three, i'm going to -- i am actually going to do it as a -- i want to be a cop because -- and i'm going
to come from long island. and hear kevin james on his new sitcom, which is now number one on monday nights. here's a look behind the scenes. >> don't tell me to stay in the night. >> i won't. >> i can't do it. come on. the guy is brutal. >> he keeps a journal. >> a lot of people keep a journal. >> a dream journal. brian: welcome to the fun world of sitcom television. but i'm not in hollywood. i'm in best page new york all because kevin james couldn't wait to get home. >> i just wanted it to be authentic. i wanted long island to be a character in the show. these are the places that i knew and growing up with it was really important for me to come back and to do it that way. brian: now that you're back in the sitcom world, you're saying, man, i missed it? >> i missed it.
i really did miss it because it's like nothing else i've done. film is great. this kind of bridges that and stand-up. it's in front of a live audience. you've got other actors you're working with. you can improv stuff, you can have a little fun with it. >> if you're going to enzo's tonight, perhaps i can join you for a pint. >> why would we do that? >> come on, dad. brian: i haven't seen kevin yet. what am i missing? >> it's a good family comedy. he's a retired cop now with his buddies finding out that things are tougher at home with the kids than it was being a cop. >> a mastermind. >> enough to freedom, huh? and to meet the mastermind. brian: how different is your television characters from your real life character? >> good question. they're very similar. we've become great friends. we go to games together. we go to concerts together. >> oh, yeah.
>> we act a fool. brian: tell me what you have to do. what is your responsibility? >> it's a lot. i surround myself by great people. >> he's wearing all the hats, man. from producing to writing to starring. >> when he's not on set, he's offset writing or doing other things. >> but it's not easy. what i notice being here is that you have to be funny but over and over again. >> over there -- >> this mailbox they made. what kind of sick animal would do this? >> one that wants to increase property values in the neighborhood. >> too soon, donna. too soon. >> even though it's challenging, it's fun. it really is. even getting upset with things, like, it's not working. trying to figure out a puzzle, and i love that challenge. brian: this is what the audience sees. they see the stage from this side. but we have andy here, the executive producer. >> i'm going to show you what
nobody else gets to see. this is a home. >> it does look like a home. >> if you want to make it a home, you have to make it personal. so our actual actors, these are their real baby pictures. our family is a devout catholic family, so we want to look at that. >> that's kevin james high school football photo. and now we're in the kitchen where we spend a good majority of time. we can open up the refrigerator. there's always something to pull up that is camera friendly and usually beer. magic of hollywood. brian: i'm amazed at the detail on the set. >> we wanted to make it feel like a family home. it's everything that we love about long island. brian: i'm thinking right away kevin chose it because of me. >> how could we do that? we were thinking many nights how we could make it more kilmeade central. brian: i said, guys, i'm going out here. what can you give me?
this is a gift for you. this is the thing you're most comfortable in. you were a where he felt. you weighed what weight when you were wrestling? >> i think i weighed 205. brian: so that will fit? >> that's a nice singlet. thank you. you've been really, really supportive of my career, and i need it. brian: and if you need to throw my name around. >> i will. i can't believe you're here. it's awesome. brian: the town is also thrilled that he has it in every single scene and all the fields down and the memorabilia. ainsley: that's so cool. so you went to your high school, got memorabilia, told the principal i'm giving this to kevin james. they said you can keep the soccer jersey but take back everything else. steve: he wrestled 205 in high school? i wrestled 118.
ainsley: he's one of the funniest guys. i bet the two of you together. my gosh. can you bring in him? i would love to meet him. anyway watch his shows monday nights 8:00 on tbs. well, they've been losing sleep for months now ever since hillary clinton lost the election. so what to do angry democrats want? >> it's funny -- >> no, because i know you love to carry water for this criminal. this war criminal want to be in chief. brian: war criminal. ainsley: the national review's michelle malcolm is here with where she says they're getting it all wrong. that's next. steve: that could be a long list. ♪ do you know how your laxative works? you might be surprised. stimulant laxatives make your body go by forcefully stimulating the nerves in your colon. miralax is different. it works with the water in your body to hydrate and soften, unblocking your system naturally.
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>> i'm worried because somebody who's deranged is going to hear this kind of language and take action against a journalist either at a rally or in some more private setting. >> i said this during the campaign. it's going to happen, and i don't want it to happen. >> that's what you mean by somebody's going to get hurt. >> somebody's going to get hurt. it's just a question of time because just like any other dynamic in life, if you take somebody who has a reason to be upset in the first place, and you pump them up, and it's starting to be a call to action, somebody's going to get hurt. steve: somebody's going to get hurt. michelle malcolm joins us right now from colorado, she's the senior editor at conservative review. so, michelle, you have some members of the mainstream media talks about how when trump puts out there that the media are the enemies of american people and fake news and all of that, that's going to lead to trouble. >> yeah. well, this is about delegitimatizing very legitimate criticism. this is about trying to
criminalize dissent in america. they're trying to invoke some sort of impenetrable shield around journalists who have long enjoyed living in a bubble. and donald trump more than any other politician in modern america has successfully pierced that bubble, and they're panicked about it. brian: let me say this. they are going out of their way and donald trump has said some things he probably wants back. but they're going out of their way to say this president is antihispanic. you saw this woman last night saying she's a fascist, worse than hit. ler. so if anybody is out there on the edge, you have more people saying that than anyone saying -- than donald trump is saying bad about any journalist. >> yeah. that's right. and you want to talk about inflammatory rhetoric and insight has to violence? where are all of these journalists to criticize members of hollywood? members of their own industry who have outright explicitly
called for violence not only against donald trump himself? i mean, do these people not recall that during the campaign last year and leading up until election day that the #assassinatetrump was trending? where were they to pontificate about the dangers of the climate of hate and climate of left wing insight rhetoric? they were nowhere. they were awol. hypocrites. ainsley: michelle, let's talk about immigration now. the president is clearing way for more deportation with this executive order that we're expecting thursday or friday, or friday steve said. if you look at this harvard study, 80% -- this is a harvard study. 80%, they support cities that arrest illegals and said they should turn them over to ice agents or border patrol agents so that they should be deported if they're criminals. but now we're learning in one of the newspapers this morning
there's an editorial encouraging some of these mayors from sanctuary cities to -- if they find an illegal doing something wrong, don't arrest them because then they'll have a criminal record and then they will get deported. what's your opinion? >> well, first of all, we have to stop calling these places sanctuary cities. they're outlaw cities. these are safe spaces for criminality and people are sick and tired of it. and the human cry from ordinary americans and taxpayers who know that they are pandering mayors and mush minded police chiefs are not serving them but rather serving open borders special interest, they're finally being heard by donald trump and this administration. we now have attorney general jeff sessions who is committed to enforcing the rule of law and sending a message to every one of these police departments that they must not defy that rule of law. brian: i just hope
president obama is behind it. can you imagine bill clinton doing that to bush 43 or 43 doing that to president obama? if his organization is behind it, and he's fueling it, that is to say unpresidential club-like. >> well, yeah, i think it's actually treacherous behavior, and we know that these groups are behind it. we know that organizing for america, the seiu, soros-funded open borders agitators, this is what they do. it's agitation for agitation-sake. steve: absolutely and barack obama doesn't want his legacy destroyed by donald trump, so he would do -- i would imagine he would do pretty much anything to continue the legacy. so that's why ofa, organizing for action is out there organizing people. last night on this channel, michelle, i don't know if you saw the tucker carlson program, but he had one of these organizers for one of the groups called refuse fascism. and he called them out just to figure out what they're about and all he wanted to know is what do you want? but she was really more interested in name-calling and
delegitimatizing the president, so they didn't get very far. but nonetheless, we would like to play a little bit for entertainment purposes. >> actually would have taken millions and millions to rise up to stop hitler. it actually would have. it's what people should have done. and it is shameful for you to -- >> but hold on. i know it's shameful. >> oh,, oh,, oh. it's funny to you. no, because i know you love to carry water for this criminal. this war criminal want to be in chief. it's righteous that millions of people have stood up and protest and continue to do so and, by the way, since i know he's sometimes watches, president chump if you're watching, may more people have protested than were at your nazi immigration, we refuse to accept this for the world. steve: in just 30 seconds she was able to work in hitler and war criminal and talking about our legitimate president of the united states. >> yeah, she definitely wins the gold medal for left wing homonym attacks.
i think what people have to understand is that this is classic astroturfing. these people don't represent anybody other than the moneyed left wing progressive interest, and she's just the latest generation of code pinkos from the bush years. look, you've got michael moore there -- out there who is now put out a resistance calendar. okay? this is going to be their week for the next four years. every day monday protest. two obstruct. wednesday -- steve: it's going to get old. >> right? brian: what else does he do? >> this is fire full-time job. ainsley: and we know what they're doing four weeks or five weeks. they're just doing this because they don't like him. they don't even know what he's going to do in a month. >> they don't care about policy, taxpayers, children, women, men, workers. no, they care about obstructing trump. steve: ma'am, thank you very much. michelle from the great city of denver. see you next time. ainsley: thank you. coming up what will it take to
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ainsley: the white house picking a tough, new stance on deporting criminal illegals here in america. >> the message from this white house and from the dhs is that those people who are in this country impose a threat to our public safety or have committed a crime will be the first to go, and we will be aggressively making sure that that occurs. ainsley: the plan prioritizes criminal alien deportations. it ends obama's catch and release program while adding law enforcement to target illegals. for some americans, it's a matter of life and death.
like our next guest whose 18-year-old son josh who you see there was murdered. he was tortured and then murdered by an illegal immigrant. enforce the law founder laura wilson joins us now. good morning, laura. >> thank you for having me. ainsley: you're welcome. for the folks at home who aren't familiar with josh's story, tell us the story. >> josh was asked for a ride home, and he was intending to murder job josh. he kicked him so hard in the stomach that it sliced his spleen in two. and then tied him up like an animal and set his body on fire. ainsley: a mother's worst nightmare. your son was trying to do the right thing. give an illegal alien or immigrant a ride home. a guy he knew from school or from the neighborhood. he tried to do the right thing and this is what happens to him. so a lot of people in the country, they want to help these illegal immigrants.
but the problem is many of these illegal immigrants are felons. they've committed major crimes like this guy to your son. so what is it about those out there who aren't for president trump's immigration plan? >> well, the message is, first of all, everyone keeps talking about the fear. i don't think they know what real fear is. and if they have to be inqueens for a little while, i don't think that that's anything compared to burying your child. you know, if i had brought my son here illegally, i would be the first to stand up and say, hey, raise my mistake. where do i go? the only thing to do is face it. they can't sit there in fear. i don't know if they know what true fear is. ainsley: department of homeland security just released a plan, donald trump will release this executive order we think on friday. what do you like about it? >> i like everything about it. i don't know when the media or other people are going to understand that trump is doing what he said he would do. mr. trump. i'm sorry, mr. president.
is doing what he said he would do. nobody thought he would get in, he got in. nobody thought he woul his word, he's keeping his word. programs like my voice when it happened to me. you know, we needed counseling, we needed expenses, and some of us needed legal advice. and there was nothing in place to help american citizens. and there's so much money being funneled to help illegal citizens navigate this system. it is wrong. ainsley: yeah, you're right. you're absolutely right. now, this plan, it's going to take place, you know, we don't know when it's actually going to be rolled out. maybe the next month or so. what is your advice to the folks like the mainstream media? you've got the mainstream media in new york. you've got the mainstream media in california and l.a. but the average american who likes -- what's your message to mainstream media that their message is different from what they believe in middle america. >> it is different.
a day without illegal aliens. if they're illegally employing them, they're using fraudulent social security card then their employer is using that social security card, and it's wrong all the way around. they're not, you know, if they're an immigrant or they're here illegally, welcome to america. if they're not, get out and come in the front door. ainsley: laura wilkerson, thank you so much. >> thank you. ainsley: the mainstream media is calling him the apprentice. missouri's new governor joins us live with how he's already draining the swamp. but first, let's check in with bill help mer to find out what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> good morning to you. big reaction on immigration order. this as we wait to rewrite the travel ban on both counts what will be different. how will things change? we'll talk to some of those at the very heart of this issue. did the fbi want hillary clinton to lose in november? we'll tell you who's making that suggestion. and could gitmo used to house americans? we'll see in ten minutes top of the hour.
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brian: all right. vice president pence visiting the great state of missouri to talk about small business. this as the mainstream media slams newly elected governor for his ties with the trump administration. has trump in a trump problem of its own. really? joining us right now governor eric rightens. are you a problem, governor? >> well, i am a problem to the special interest. i'm a problem to the insiders. i'm a problem to the lobbyists and the problem is that i've come as a conservative, as an outsider, as a navy seal and what shocked all of the insiders is that we're doing exactly what we said we're going to do. we've come to the capitol, and
we're fighting to drain the swamp and hire more people in missouri. brian: you also like hopping on social media and interacting directly with the people on facebook or twitter. and that has prompted covers like this. you as somebody splitting a magazine cover with you. half eric, half donald trump. are you okay with the comparison? >> well, look, what's really clear is that we're always, always going to upset the liberal media. the liberal media is never going to -- brian: so that's how you like? >> exactly. we're never going to make the liberal media happy. and the other thing that we're doing is we are going directly to the people. you just mentioned we're on facebook live. the questions directly from the people, and we're happy to take our message. we don't take for the liberal media. we work, and we fight for the people. brian: and you said you're starting to drain the swamp. you've adopted that slogan. also what about the fact you looking at what governor
walker did in wisconsin and trying to do the same thing with unions possibly in missouri. >> well, we came to fight for more jobs and higher pay for the people of missouri. that was our mission from day one, and we've already started. you know, we signed right to work legislation in just a couple of days later i had the ceo of auto alert call me. he told me they're bringing their corporate headquarters now from california to missouri over 300 new jobs, brian, over 80,000 dollars a year annual salary in those jobs. and what's really fantastic about this is that we put out the message that missouri is open for business. and any ceo, any entrepreneur in a high tax liberal high regulation state like california, you're welcome to come to missouri. brian: and what are you going to say to vice president pence? >> well, we're going to let vice president pence know that america's economic come back starts right here in the state of missouri, and we're excited to work with him to roll back obamacare, to repeal
regulations so that we can build a thriving and prosperous economy here in the state of missouri. that's what people sent us here to fight for. brian: and, governor, are you okay with the critics? just like donald trump, he's getting a lot of blow back. are you okay with that? >> look, brian, as you know i'm a navy seal. i came here, and i'm ready to take on the critics. we're ready to fight the critics to do what's right for the people. people are sick of politics as usual. they want us to come and get results for them. and that's exactly what we're going to do. brian: and the cardinals would like a world series back. if you could deliver that, governor, everybody would be smiling. divide odds and became the next governor of missouri and now disheartening some people and heartening others. >> thank you. brian: coming up next more fox and friends. we do something really special. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424.
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we have guests on kilmeade and friends 9:00 to noon. >> tomorrow on our program laura ingraham will be joining us, greg abbott, dr. oz and ainsley will be on vacation. >> bill: thanks, good morning, everybody. a new version of president trump's travel ban. we're now learning when the white house will release that new executive order as we say good morning on a wednesday. it's busy already. i'm bill hemmer. welcome. >> shannon: good morning. it's good to be back with all of thu morning. i'm abby huntsman is for shannon bream. white house advisor stephen miller says time is of the essence. >> because of the need to protect our country and citizens the president will issue a new executive action based off of the judicial